While imaging Mars with my Questar 3.5 Standard on October 9th before sunrise, I noted and saw an excellent Last Quarter Moon high in the sky (75 degrees). Aiming the scope, I also noticed how the Apennine mountain range extended beyond the terminator for a pleasing scene. So I mounted my old Nikon F with a waist-level finder, loaded with 400TMax (TMY2) and exposed 20 frames using a cable release with the mirror-lockup feature enabled. The scope's focal length is 1283mm at f/14.4. Focusing was a bit awkward due to the high angle! The film was processed in HC-110B then scanned on an Epson 4990 flatbed scanner.
Here's the setup (taken later in the day):
And here's the best of the roll (1/60 second):